7 charming floor plans for tiny two bedroom bungalows

If there's any particular type of home that's perfect for almost anyone, it's the bungalow. The single-story design means seniors don't have to navigate many stairs, and parents will never have to worry about their children taking a tumble down the stairs on their way to bed!
Thanks to their two bedrooms, the following floor plans are ideal for small families or for people who love having guests. As well, the open concept main living areas are great for children and they make entertaining a cinch!
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1. Two-bedroom design with attached single garage from Houseplans.
This lovely Craftsman-style home from Houseplans comes in at 999 square feet (93 square meters), and it features an attached single garage at the back as well as a deck on the right side. The open concept dining and living room is the first thing you see as you enter; it features a fireplace on the right wall. The kitchen is off to the left, and the laundry room can be found right behind it. The home also has two bedroom suites with attached bathrooms; the larger one also boasts a walk-in closet.
2. Contemporary home with columned front entry from Architectural Designs.
Coming in at 900 square feet (84 square meters), this home from Architectural Designs has an imposing exterior despite its tiny size. The front door opens into a small tiled entryway, and a small flight of stairs leads up to the home. The two bedrooms are off to either side, and the bathroom is next to the bedroom on the right. The back of the home consists of an open concept living space with a fireplace on the far left wall; an efficient U-shaped kitchen is located off to the right.
3. Traditional design with L-shaped kitchen from Family Home Plans.
This traditional design from Family Home Plans comes in at 911 square feet (85 square meters), and very little space is wasted. A convenient coat closet sits right inside the front door, and the living room is off to the left. An eat-in kitchen with backyard access sits right behind the living room, and all the private living space is on the right-hand side. In this floor plan, two bedrooms share access to a bathroom with both a tub and a shower.
4. Craftsman with unique curb appeal from Houseplans.
Measuring a relatively spacious 990 square feet (92 square meters), this Craftsman home from Houseplans has paned windows, a lovely front porch, and a dormer window on the left. The right-hand side of the home is taken up by an open concept dining and living room, behind which is the kitchen. The bedrooms are on the left side of the home; they share access to a bathroom with a tub and a toilet, but each one has its own sink. The master bedroom also boasts a walk-in closet.
5. Efficient design with walk-in closet from Floorplans.
At 896 square feet (83 square meters), this home from Floorplans is wonderfully efficient. The front door opens into a hallway, which leads to two bedrooms on the left and a bathroom at the end of the hall. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet, and the bathroom boasts both a tub and a shower. An open concept living room and eat-in kitchen can be found on the right side of the home; the kitchen area is located along the back wall.
6. Two-bedroom home with dining nook from Family Home Plans.
This design from Family Home Plans comes in at 844 square feet (82 square meters), and it has plenty of curb appeal thanks to a charming front porch with a gazebo on the end. Anyone who enters the home is greeted by a small tiled area with a coat closet, and the living room is directly to the right. The dining room is behind the living room, and it boasts a charming bay window.The kitchen in the back right corner has a large pantry, and it provides access to the deck at the back. Two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a linen closet are found on the left side of the home.
7. Victorian-inspired home from Floorplans.
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This tiny Victorian-inspired home from Floorplans comes in at 994 square feet (92 square meters). Once inside the front door, the living room is off to the right. Directly behind it is a spacious kitchen with an eating bar, and off to the right of the kitchen is a little dining area set in a lovely bay window. The home's two bedrooms are on the left-hand side, and they are separated by a bathroom with both a tub and a shower.
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